Art The Hague from October 4 – 8, 2017


Art The Hague, the quirky contemporary art fair, will surprise art lovers as well as collectors in 2016 with works by international top artists. With a strong selection of 47 galleries the regular ‘line up’ of Art of The Hague is also worthwhile. Next to renowned galleries such as Jan van Hoof Gallery, Galerie Ramakers and Galerie Pennings, young galleries twelve twelve gallery and Kers Gallery will be participating at the fair. Novelles Images in The Hague will be showing a solo presentation of the works of art icon Auke de Vries. The fringe programme of Art The Hague includes an exhibition of works by young talent, lectures on contemporary art and guided tours to leading art collections in the The Hague region. Director of Museum Beelden aan Zee Jan Teeuwisse will open the fair. handtekening-axel   Axel Lemmens

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Wednesday October 5th (Grand Opening)
• 4:00 pm Preview & Press Meeting
• 5:00 pm Fair open to the public
• 6:00 pm Official opening by Jan Teeuwisse
• 10:00 pm Closing


Thursday October 6th

• 2:00 pm Fair open to the public

• 4:00 pm Piket Art Price
• 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm Guided tours
• 6:00 pm Lecture Auke de Vries
• 9:00 pm Closing Art Fair

• 9:00 pm – 11:00 Music at Capriole Café


Friday October 7th
• 2.00 pm Fair open to the public
• 5:00 to 7:00 pm Guided tours

• 5:00 Lecture ‘Vrije Academy’

• 5:00 festive opening Dirty Daisies

• 6:00 pm Lecture Bright Minds
• 9:00 pm Closing Art Fair

.900 – 11.00 Music at Capriole Café




Saturday October 8th
• 11:00 am Fair open
• 1:00 to 4:00 pm Guided tours

• 2:00 Visit art collector
• 9:00 pm Closing


Sunday October 9th
• 11:00 am Fair open to the public
• 1:00 to 4:00 pm Guided tours
• 6:00 pm Closing Art The Hague 2016


Check out the Art The Hague 2016 floor plan here.

Plattegrond Art The Hague 2016


Tickets are available at the box office.
For opening hours see:
Regular tickets € 10
CJP holders (Cultural Youth Passport) and Students € 5
Under 16 free access


Wedsnesday 5 october 5 pm -10 pm

Thursday 6 october 2 pm – 9 pm

Friday 7 october 2 pm – 9 pm

Saturday 8 october 11 am – 8 pm

Sunday 9 october 11 am – 6 pm

Special Exhibitions

Every year Art The  Hague organizes in cooperation several international exhibitions.


Dirty Daisies

The exposition ‘Dirty Daisies’ takes place at the harbour behind the Fokker terminal during the art fair ‘Art The Hague’ from the 5th until the 9th of October 2016. On Friday the 7th there will be an extra openings party free to visit for guests of ‘Dirty Daisies’ starting at 17.00 until 23.00.

The exposition is a collaboration of the 16 participating artists who are mostly The Hague based and stand at the beginning of their artistic careers. They have a fresh look up on what an exposition can and may be. They kneed, beat, build, scour and drill and give shape to rough materials like the modern sculptors they are. The shape of the exposition and the fact it will take place outside asks for robust and playful work, that’s why there will be mostly big 3D work to come and check out. The works characterize themselves as fast, temporary and honest.

The artist participating in the exposition ‘Dirty Daisies’ are: Candela Bado, Zeno Beikircher, Yair Callender, Daniel Dmyszewicz, duo Frederik en Jacob, Doris Hardeman, Josje Hattink, Bas Kaufmann, duo Koolen en van de Lande, Tobias Lengkeek, Leslie Nagel, Jeannette Slütter, Marnix van Uum and Victor Yudaev.

The shape of the exposition is based on a classic exposition-model; ‘The garden’. By picking this idea up and putting it literally on the water to float, the ‘exposition-model’ becomes visible and will show itself as a work in and of itself. This is in line with the autonomous visual art of artist and curator of this exposition, Steef Crombach.

Approximately three times a day there will be a free-guided tour with a boat thru the exposition.

Address; Binckhorstlaan 249, 2516 BB The Hague, Netherlands. Parking available (€ 5).

afbeelding dirty daisies

Steendrukkerij Amsterdam, Kees de Goede

Kees de Goede, Fata Morgana, lithografie
fokker buiten


Fokker Terminal | Binckhorstlaan 249 | 2616 BB The Hague

How to get there:
By car:
– From Amsterdam/Utrecht/Rotterdam: follow the A12 towards Den Haag Centrum.
– After the Prins Claus Plein turn right, take the first exit, no 4: Voorburg-Den Haag-Binckhorst.
– Turn left at the traffic lights at the exit, then straight on to Maanweg.
– At the end of Maanweg turn right with the curve onto Binckhorstlaan.
– Follow the yellow signs with “Fokker Terminal”. You’ll pass the Fokker Terminal on your left.
– After 200m turn left , onto the parallel ‘service’ road.
– On the ‘service’ road immediately turn left again, you are now 200m back, the Fokker Terminal is now on your right.
– The Fokker Terminal has 380 parking places.

By Public transport:
From The Hague Station ‘Holland Spoor’ take bus 26 toward Station Voorburg. The busstop can be found at the back of the station, next to the Haagse Hogeschool. Get off at the busstop Zonweg, walk back 100m, The Fokker Terminal is across the street on Binckhorstlaan 249.
Check out for Bus 26 departures. For general information see: